Rumble, a company that sells technology to help defenders monitor exposed attack surfaces, has raised $15m in Series A financing.
Rumble – which secured $5m in seed funding last year – pulled in the funding from a round led by Decibel Partners as well as a range of undisclosed cyber venture capital investors.
Founded in 2019, Austin, Texas-based Rumble claims it brings together the best of IT, security and networking technology to deliver network discovery and asset inventory capabilities for modern enterprises.
According to Security Week, since closing its seed funding round last March, the firm has quadrupled its customer base in a growth spurt that saw annual recurring revenue climb five-fold in 2021.
The firm said it has expanded its scanning, fingerprinting, reporting and integration capabilities over the past year and its platform is now capable of identifying machines with wireless adapters and endpoint agents, over the network, without authentication.
Rumble said the new money will help speed-up go-to-market and engineering initiatives.
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